Before a buyer ‘pulls the trigger’ on a house they usually sends a home inspector to make sure everything is up to code and that nothing is being misrepresented. As a real estate agent you should make sure a client who wants to sell a house has all the best chance of receiving a passing grade with a home inspector.
What do home inspectors look into while checking a house anyway, and what should you tell your clients to repair ahead of time?
The Term “fixer-upper” is used in the real estate industry to describe a house that can be lived in but still needs some work in the way of repairs, reconstruction, redesign, and maintenance. It is usually less expensive than a house that needs little or no repairs.
The obvious low price is a draw, but as a real estate agent, should you even try entice your clients with a fixer-upper? When should you recommend a fixer-upper house to a client?
When the Client Has Limited Financial Options
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